Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. US House Committee okays Telecom bill with BPL interference study
02. FCC Chairman is nominated by the Bush administration for second term.
03. The VU4AN Andamans operation created a clamor on the bands.
04. California public utilities commission approves state BPL regulations.
05. The FCC considers regulations for towers in relation to migratory birds.
06. Hams in Europe detect the Venus Express satellite.
07. Germany and Portuguese hams detect faint signals from Voyager One craft.
08. The FCC enforcement bureau is kept busy with various repeater issues.
09. National Frequency Coordinators Council to hold information session at
Dayton HamVention 2006.
10. Quad City FM radio pirate tells the FCC he can stay on the air under an
obscure regulation that may permit operations during times of war.
11. Technology news and commentary with Leo Laporte.
12. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH. W2XOY/Radio Prices.
13. The Gateway 160 Meter Net report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
14. Special event station listings.
15. West Mountain Radio to be principal award sponsor for ARRL RTTY Round-Up.
16. Weekly propagation forecast report.
17. AMSAT Phase Three E Satellite will be ready for launch in 2007.
18. SuitSat One, although silent, is still in orbit.
19. More Musings with Will Rogers, W4WLR. "Ham Radio & Murphys Law"
20. California high school embraces ham radio emergency communications courses
21. The Space Report with Chris Petersen, KG0BP.
22. Disney branded DVD players are recalled due to exploding batteries.
23. Missouri teen wins prestigious Goldfarb Memorial Scholarship Award.
24. Amateur Radio History Headlines with Bill Continelli, W2XOY.
25. Canadian amateurs try again to contact New Zealand on 2200 meter band.
26. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with AMSAT-NA Bruce Paige KK5DO.
27. Tower Climbing and Antenna Safety with Greg Stoddard, KF9MP.
29. A trip into the QSL Twilight Zone.
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